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Little Spokane shuttle service starts in July

The Little Spokane River snakes below a granite outcropping in Riverside State Park in June 2017. The state Department of Ecology has warned water users in the Little Spokane River Basin they may have to curb their consumption if water levels in the river dip much lower this summer. (Rich Landers / The Spokesman-Review)
The Little Spokane River snakes below a granite outcropping in Riverside State Park in June 2017. The state Department of Ecology has warned water users in the Little Spokane River Basin they may have to curb their consumption if water levels in the river dip much lower this summer. (Rich Landers / The Spokesman-Review)

A popular shuttle service that ferries boaters from the Nine Mile takeout to the St. George’s put-in on the Little Spokane River will start July 6 and run through Sept. 1. The service runs Saturdays and Sundays.

The shuttle, which is run by Spokane Parks and Recreation, costs $8 per person for a one way trip. To register visit spokaneparks.org or call 363-5418.

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